The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival has been an honored tradition in Worcester, Massachusetts from 1999-2018… and it’s back! Night one of the fest featured Make Them Suffer, Northlane, The Amity Affliction and Parkway Drive.
Read moreAs the Summer concert season winds down, Shinedown is rolling through New England with the latest leg of The Revolutions live tour, stopping in Massachusetts and New Hampshire!
Read moreSlipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor is about to release his second solo album, CMF2. While out supporting the record, he came to the House of Blues in Boston.
Read moreMaking their presence heard in Portland, Maine, Gojira and Mastodon’s co-headlining Mega Monsters tour filled up the Cross Insurance Arena.
Read moreZZ Top came to the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, with The Summit kicking off the night.
Read moreOn a very humid Friday night Disturbed brought their “Take Back Your Life” tour, featuring Breaking Benjamin and Jinjer, to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA.
Read moreTomorrow night, Ghost comes to Massachusetts for their largest ritual in New England yet!
Read moreIn Between Days Festival returns to Quincy, MA on August 19th and 20th, 2023, featuring two stages of music and nearly two dozen bands, including headliners Modest Mouse and Lord Huron.
Read morePop-country diva Shania Twain brought her Queen of Me tour to a sold out Xfinity Center, for a night featuring all her major hit songs.
Read moreAfter a long hiatus, Mudvayne returned to the stage last year. Not content to fade away again, the band returned to headlined a show at Xfinity Center!
Read moreP!NK brought the Summer Carnival 2023 tour to Boston for two sold out shows at Fenway Park. Opening up the show were the legendary Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo.
Read moreGodsmack and Staind brought their co-headlining tour to Massachusetts, the home state of both bands, for a sold-out show.
Read moreBritish glam rock band The Struts took over the Citizens House of Blues on Tuesday night, as part of the Remember The Name… Tour, joined on the road by Mac Saturn
Read moreIconic 90’s rock band Barenaked Ladies came to Mohegan Sun, along with del Amitri and Five for Fighting, as part of their Last Summer on Earth tour.
Read moreAvenged Sevenfold guitarist Synyster Gates injured himself on stage during the band’s long awaited return to Massachusetts.
Read moreT-Pain took his “Escape From Wiscansin” tour to the MGM Music Hall at Fenway, in Boston, MA.
Read moreThe Dark Horizons tour, featuring co-headlining performances from hard rock titans In This Moment and Motionless in White, kicked off at Mohegan Sun Arena.
Read moreThe legendary Elvis Costello (& the Imposters) came to Boston on the We’re All Going on a Summer Holiday tour.
Read moreTouring in support of their ninth studio album, All Time Low made a stop to the Stage AE in Pittsburgh for a night of pop-punk and emo, with support from Mayday Parade and Games We Play.
Read moreSymphonic metal icon Tarja took over Big Night Live as part of her “Living The Dream” US Tour. Joining her on tour is Swiss metal band Chaoseum.
Read moreNoah Kahan’s highly anticipated Stick Season Summer Tour made a stop at the sold-out Stage AE in Pittsburgh.
Read moreWhile on tour with Young the GIant, Milky Chance made a stop in Harrisburg for a solo performance.
Read moreOn June 10, the co-headlining tour of emo-rock legends The Used and Pierce the Veil came to Portland, Maine.
Read moreThe Joe Perry Project performed at the Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, CT, for the first stop on their 2023 tour. Robin Taylor Zander’s band, along with Micky James, were the opening acts for this stop on the tour.
Read moreGodsmack made their final stop on the “Best of Times World Tour” at the Mohegan Sun Arena, with the support of their opening act, Austin Meade.
Read moreLegendary funk ensemble Kool and The Gang took over MGM Music Hall in Boston on Mother’s Day, joined by The Spinners and Average White Band.
Read moreAmerican alternative pop singer Caroline Polachek took to the stage in Washington, DC on May 19th as part of the “Spiraling Tour,” marking her largest headline show to date.